The transition to electric also involves the historic Volkswagen production site in Wolfsburg, which has launched a training process for employees that also includes the use of the eMotionRoom.
In practice, based on the so-called escape rooms, in three rooms the employees are called to solve various puzzles and problems in 20 minutes. Each team consists of four people and is led by two instructors from the Group Academy via video link.
The eMotionRoom is part of the eMotionDay and will be used at least until the end of 2024. According to the manufacturer, the Wolfsburg plant will kick off the first assembly phases of the ID.3 starting this autumn, to arrive at the complete production of the electric model starting from mid-2024. It is the first car built on the MEB platform built at the plant, for which, by the summer, around 1,200 employees will receive training for its production. Later it will also start building another model based on the same platform in the same plant.
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